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Teaching and Learning with Rwandan Women Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship programs are most commonly – and rightly – reported using data, numbers, and occasional testimonials and student spotlights. Rarely do programs receive extended analysis – especially from the vantage point of the instructor. Recently, however, WDI Faculty Affiliate Matthew Brown published his experience teaching in Rwanda as part of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Entrepreneurship Training Women Program. In a WDI Education Article Series piece, Brown reflects on how his instructional approach developed during a four-year process, how his teaching practices further evolved, and what important lessons he’s applied to his domestic teaching and learning. Brown calls the 10,000 Women program “one of the best experiences of my teaching career.”

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